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October 3, 2005


Author Bret Easton Ellis talks to Radar Online.

"I’ve been in love before," he snorts. "It’s a disaster, usually, and then 3 percent of the time it kind of works…. I loved him, but when I hear 'in love,' or 'boyfriend,' it sounds sketchy. It minimizes the strength of the friendship. Why do people like to put things in boxes? Why does it make them feel safe?"

Allen Ginsberg's poem, "Howl," turns fifty this month with celebrations in San Francisco and London.

The gold demo of Football Manager 2006 is available.

The Kansas City Star reviews Myla Goldberg's second novel, Wickett's Remedy.

Bono and Bob Geldof are among the betting choices for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Thomas Jonsson will buy your Swedish concert posters.

Free Williamsburg interviews Mac McGaughan of Portastatic and Superchunk.

FREEwilliamsburg: You're always teasing us with titles like "Here's to Shutting Up," What's the future status of Superchunk?

I think after all the touring after Here's to Shutting Up, everyone was burnt out and wanted to take a break anyway, then I had a kid, and Laura had a baby last fall, so that kind of extended the hiatus. But we did a little tour when Cup of Sand came out and did a couple shows this summer. And we have a few new songs written, but the way we write songs, we all have to be in the same place at the same time. Our schedules have to allow that. What we've talked about is doing a record next year, like writing early in the year and recording after that.

Put your PC in an iPod-like case (your baby as well).


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